Pacific Review: Who did what at the trade deadline?

The trade deadline has come and gone and we’re now officially into the stretch drive. The Pacific Division dogfight certainly didn’t get any easier, but, thankfully for the Oilers, Ken Holland stepped up to the plate and gave Oilers fans their best trade deadline since the 2006 run.


The Mix

By bringing in three significant players at the NHL trade deadline in Mike Green, Andreas Athanasiou and Tyler Ennis, Edmonton Oilers’ GM Ken Holland had as good a deadline, on paper at least, as I’ve seen since Kevin Lowe went out and got Dwayne Roloson and Sergei Samsonov in 2006 on the way to the…


Game Notes Oilers @ Ducks: Holland Does The Job

Last week, Ken Holland spoke outside the Oilers dressing room and said the players and coaches have done their job and he was hoping to help them out before the trade deadline. He lived up to his promise, acquiring Mike Green, Andreas Athanasiou and Tyler Ennis. Athanasiou should have the biggest impact, as he will…


By The Numbers: Andreas Athanasiou

Hello Nation, Monday, NHL trade deadline day, was huge for Oilers fans: Ken Holland was busy improving the team as they gear up for a playoff run. They began the wheeling Sunday night by dealing a conditional pick to acquire defenseman Mike Green from his former team, the Detroit Red Wings, and exchanged a 2021…